1995 Dodge Viper RT/10 - ASKING $27,995 OBO. Preaching to the choir but... The first prototype was tested in January 1989. It debuted in 1991 with two pre-production models as the pace car for the Indianapolis 500. The Snake went on sale in January 1992 as the RT/10 Roadster. The centerpiece of the car was its engine. The Lamborghini Company, then owned by Chrysler Corporation, designed the V10 for the Viper by recasting the block and heads in an aluminum alloy, and was based on the Chrysler LA V8 engine. The engine of this black and yellow beast weighs roughly 711 lbs. and produces about 400 bhp at 4600 rpm and 465 lbÂ·ft at 3600 rpm, and thanks to the long-gearing allowed by the engine the car has some fuel economy. The body is a tubular steel frame with resin transfer molding (RTM) fiberglass panels. The Viper lacks modern driver aids such as traction control and anti-lock brakes on purpose to give you the feel in the seat of your pants. It completes a quarter mile in 12.6 seconds and has a maximum speed of over 150 mph. Its large tires allow the car to average close to one lateral g in corners, placing it among the elite cars of its day. The car is made for driving and features inflatable lumbar support and adjustable seats. Along with the absence of exterior door handles, however it does come with the side windows and attachable roof. The battery is in the sealed compartment over the rear wheels to increase rear-end weight and traction. Options include AM/FM cassette radio, power brakes, power steering, tilt wheel, seat belts, anti-theft system, leather seats, allow wheels. Clear title and ready to drive away.